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FOX News
Sep 18, 2010 10:00am EDT
>> thanks to eric bolling from filling in? >> yes, i'm going to do bulls and bears right now. >> all right, see you tomorrow on "fox & friends".." >> the party after the party. gaining the huge win for tea party candidates this week, will turn into a big wind to extend everyone tax cuts this year. wooer' already seeing more democrats hop on the tax cutting band wagon. so will the tea party victories be a victory for all taxpayers? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears, let's get right to it. the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, eric bolling along with strategist julian epstein. eric, big win for tea party and big win for extending all tax cuts? >> i hope so and i think so. i think we saw that with the big wins in delaware and paladino, i'm sorry, and christine o'donnell and i think the next day we saw 30 or 34 the number keeps growing, the democrats coming and saying, you know what, all bush tax credits not just some of them. i think that's good news because i think the economy needs the tax credits to go forward. if
FOX News
Sep 25, 2010 10:00am EDT
, eric bolling and strategist keith murphy. eric, bottom line, can the economy afford the wait? >> no, brenda, why wait at all? right now, we need answers right now, we need solid tax structure and need to know where taxes are right now. that's why small businesses aren't hiring, they're not sure what's going on and what's going to happen in the future and they need these bush tax cuts to be extended right now, not later, not after we find out who wins the election. because the economy right now is at a very critical point. it could turn rnd an and get better, or you know, we risk another double dip recession which would be terrible, extend them now or all bets are off. >> and haven't business leaders and consumers been waiting long enough to find out to get rid of this uncertainty about their, about their tax future? >> well, i actually agree that double digi democrats should have taken action now. we need to get rid, to show the country and the world we're on the bath to restoring fiscal standty and get back to the policies that worked well in the 1990's. >> i think that we s
FOX News
Sep 22, 2010 9:00am EDT
years? public versus private? eric bolling, from the fox business network, host of "money rocks." here with us. how are you doing. >> i'm shaking my head, bill, nice to see you. i want to show you two graphics that will tell a story about employment over the past 24 months, on the screen, going back to 2008, focus on 2008, and focus on twain, and when we lost an average of 4 million jobs over the two years. we have added jobs, so far, in 2010, the little green line the far right, that is up and look at the two red markers, takes you deep in the ditch and now, federal government hiring over the past, say, four-and-a-half years. look where the chart goes, starting in 2008, up 78,000. 2009, up 108,000, 2010, we have four months to go, still, up 108,000 in 2010, as well. the paradigm shifted, eric. >> well there is a reason for that, bill. "usa today," a couple weeks ago, we have cited this study, time and time again, "usa today," came out and said, you know, it is -- if you work for the federal government you make on average $123,000 a year, that salary, benefits and everything the
FOX News
Sep 8, 2010 9:00am EDT
moments with eric bolling, because, martha... money rocks. martha: money rocks, indeed it does, and it talks and eric will be here doing that in a few minutes and in the meantime a federal court just releasing shocking fbi surveillance video, in a new york terrorism trial. the footage from early last year. it shows and fbi informant meeting with four men and they are accused of plotting to bomb two synagogues and shoot down military planes, look at this meeting. in the kitchen and in the car, shows the defendants allegedly testing a nonworking shoulder launch missile in a moment and the defense claims the men were not capable of carrying out those attacks on their own and, before that, looks like something you see in the movies and that is real, comes from the fbi surveillance tapes. bill: something that i'm sure there's a lot more to the story and we'll check it out for you and look into that, president obama, in the meantime, might lose his right-hand man and the white house, chief of staff, rahm emanuel, reportedly eyeing a new job that would take him far away from washington and fa
FOX News
Sep 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
, three years ago. weren't we supposed to be past this, eric bolling, angchor of money rocks, aren't we supposed to be past this. >> what appears to be going on is we are still in a recession, though all of the white house economists will tell you we came out of recession, maybe, technically we did and i'll tell you, it doesn't feel like it, especially when things are going on, in the housing market like this. and prices are down and let's stay on the foreclosure number, right here, 95,350 homes were foreclosed on in the most recent month, august, and, that is 3% more than july, and, 25% more than august, a year ago, and, unfortunately, the people who tracked these things expect another million homes, to be foreclosed, before the mess ends, this year. and who knows what will happen next year. >> mortgage rates are at record lows and we have never seen them this low, why wouldn't people be enticed to go out and take advantage of what appear to be a great deal. >> great question, mortgage rates are at record lows on a p -- 30 year fix and all time lows on the 15 year fixed and adjustable,
FOX News
Sep 14, 2010 9:00am EDT
inside with eric bolling on that, martha. martha: an historic armor on display for everyone to see. details on a museum that is giving us an amazing history lesson, on wars past, and present. you don't want to miss that. bill and i will be right back at "america's newsroom." when i bruo a really mediocre job. i love running my tongue across my teeth and feeling all the stuff i missed. [ male announcer ] no one really wants plaque left on their teeth. done. [ male announcer ] but ordinary manual brushes can leave up to 50% of plaque behind. oral-b power brushes are inspired by the tools professionals use, to clean away plaque in ways a manual brush can't. for that dentist-smooth, clean feeling every day. fight plaque with real power. oral-b power. get 50% off oral-b power brushes for a limited time. visit oralb.com for details. bill: we're at 23 minutes past the hour, 10:00, in new york, a quick check of wall street, treading water at the moment. trying to feel our way through it. we have the jobs numbers in two days, and we'll get a read on what is happening across the country, whi
FOX News
Sep 19, 2010 7:00am EDT
experience, chas is up early, a cup of tea to get my morning rolling, with aly, dave and eric bolling. >> it's "fox & friends." >> once again, chas. >> chas introducing eric bolling, great to have you here. >> he's a regular, a slogan master. >> good to be in for clayton on this sunday morning, are you guys good. >> yeah, i'm a little tired, but we'll power through it. >> a friend's wedding last night. >> and two burgers at what, eight o'clock yesterday morning? >> i'm still digesting that. >> oh, great. >> but we start this morning with the surprising name emerging as the winner of the straw poll at the values voter summit as congressman mike pence emerging as the leading candidate on the presidential ballot. >> julie kirtz is live in washington with the details. that wasn't what anybody was predicting yesterday, julie. >> no, it wasn't, but the indiana republican pulled off that big win after the straw poll at that summit in washington d.c. he won the poll this weekend with 24%, and edging out mike huckabee who came in second at 22% and mitt romney, third at 13%. the support, pence message w
FOX News
Sep 9, 2010 6:00am EDT
claims. eric bolling is here and he's the host of "money rocks" on the "fox business" network. >> peter: and former miss usa ali landry is debuting her new children's clothing line. you don't have to wait until next week. we have a sneak peek coming your way. >> gretchen: fox news alert. new photos into our news room. u.s. marine commandos reclaim control of a ship being held hostage by pirates off the somali coast. the raid took place before dawn. pirates hijacked the german owned ship one day ago. nine pirates were taken into custody. vice admiral mark fox joins me now. good morning to you, admiral. >> hey, gretchen. >> gretchen: tell us what happened here. >> well, we had a combination of all the right people at the right place at the right time. we had a vessel that was pirated, hijacked and the crew did exactly the right thing. they barricaded themselves down in a hard room and the pirates were unable to penetrate into the area where the crew had protected themselves and that gave us enough time for our team to come over and do a boarding early this morning and take the s
FOX News
Sep 2, 2010 6:00am EDT
rocks" guy eric bolling sitting in for steve doocy today. >> ♪ money rocks >> is that music? >> i believe that's -- >> ♪ money rocks >> ♪ money rocks >> not really. but i could do the opening for your show as well. we have to talk about this hurricane, guys, because it's named earl and it's now a cat 4 storm. it's barrelling towards the eastern seaboard, 140-mile-per-hour winds, state of emergency already in work in north carolina, maryland and virginia. plus a tropical storm warning just issued for long island, new york. the storm expected to reach north carolina tonight and then head up the east coast. take a look at this picture of earl taken by nasa from the international space station. we will have a live report from north carolina and a full forecast with janice dean, the weather machine, that's all coming up during the show. >> finally the space station is paying off. >> by the way, that's a well defined storm. those things are dangerous. the surfers are out there. they shouldn't be. >> i know. you tell them. less than four hours from now, palestinian president mahmoud
FOX News
Sep 30, 2010 11:00am EDT
eric bolling is here from the fox business network to tell us, is that good news, eric? >> it's better than expected. the number was supposed to go down by 5000t. went down by 16,000, so the number, 460,000, first-time claims, sounds like good news, it's really not good news when you look at this. here's where you need to be. at 350,000, first-time claims, when the number is above that, that's a bad thing, that means the economy is actually losing jobs. it needs to dip below 350,000 first-time claims for you to really feel a job growth in the economy. jenna: so we're about 100,000 away from that. >> more than 100,000 away. general jen we were looking at a new survey that talks about those of us at work, whether or not we actually take a lunch. do you take lunch? >> i think that's the middle part of the day. turns out we find out 33 percent of all people in the survey, about 2500 people surveyed, 33, one third, don't take any lunch at all, 20 percent stay at their desk for lunch. turns out if you're young, if you're 18-24, jenna, you're more likely, most likely to take a lunch or if you
FOX News
Sep 16, 2010 11:00am EDT
, took away the hole and kicked families out. on foreclosure news it's different. eric bolling is here at the business desk from the fox business network to help us work through some of the numbers. >> they're bad numbers, jenna. i brought my card. prices are down. let's stay on the foreclosure number real quick. in august, 95,358 homes were foreclosed on, the banks took them back. 3 percent jump from the prior month. doesn't sound like much but that's seven months in a row. but get this, 25 percent jump from 2009, a year ago. so the trend continues. basically what it's telling you, if you hear people tell you we're out of the recession, we're definitely not out of the recession. jenna: especially when it comes to housing. >> right. jenna: what do we do? we hear about the help for homeowners. do we need more of that coming from the government? >> great question. it didn't work the first time, with have 2.3 million homes that have been foreclosed on since the recession began, another million will continue to be foreclosed on. by the end of this year. so it looks like this year, there wi
FOX News
Sep 18, 2010 7:00am EDT
down the fort with our guest host. >> you are watching "fox and friends". >> and eric bolling in for clayon morris. >> he is out having a cigarette. >> can't do that. >> good to have you this morning. clayton on vacation. starting with sarah palin making her return to the hawk eye state. speaking in the iowa ronald reagan dinner. palin drew big applause for her attacks on liberal main stream media. is this pointing to a possible 2012 presidential run. cameras in des moines iowa. she is giving mixed messages. >> well, this is her first visit to the caucus state without a book deal and it is taking as a sign of her interest and her ability to jig up the tea party conservative rankings . that was last night's pockus. whenever sarah palin who is a fox news contributor comes to the state there is media talk of presidential . her opening remarks she joked about about going for a job and then recognizing all of the speculation about 2012, here is how she quipped. >> headline going to be vanity fair. palin in iowa, decides to run. [applause] that is a good start for her. earlier this week sh
FOX News
Sep 30, 2010 6:00am EDT
? we'll explore that. >> steve: then thinking about buying gold? hold that thought. eric bolling says the government wants to control your gold. his details straight ahead. >> gretchen: the best piece of video of the day? a dad with a baby in one hand snags a ball with the other. ♪ . >> steve: you know the song, but did you know it's the number one tune that makes guys cry? rem's "everybody hurts" reportedly hits the male soul. the rest of the top five are,. >> brian: eric clapton "tears in heaven. hallelujah hallelujah, "i have no hair, nothing compares to you. the study was done by british music licensing agency, prg. >> steve: there are songs that make me cry, but it's not any of those. i don't need it. >> brian: i have a collective weak. all of it. >> steve: for you men watching right now, what is the song that makes you tear up? e-mail us right now. we'll share them in the after the show show. is it the song you got married to on your wedding day? >> i'm crying 'cause those songs are so bad. how could debbie boon's "feelings" not be on there? is it possible to get a word out wh
FOX News
Sep 1, 2010 6:00am EDT
about the college football and guess who is sitting next to me over here. eric bolling sitting in for steve doocy. >> is it true that heart is going to be here this morning? wilson sisters? >> yeah, they're out there and already set up their stuff probably starting at midnight. >> hope they play "baracuda." >> check out the big board. i don't know if they can compete with this. look at this. >> beck will be here to talk about animals and dogs specifically and, of course, married to howard stern. >> lou holtz is here, inspirational person around the country and weighing in on what we should be doing next in this nation. the outstanding catcher of the new york yankees has a personal story that you want to hear. heart is here live, legendary duo. >> there's the "barracuda" for them. >> is that them? >> that's them. >> we have a fox news alert for you. after wreaking havoc in the caribbean, hurricane earl is now a category 3 storm barrelling towards the u.s. where folks along the east coast are being told to brace themselves. live in the extreme weather center tracking the storm for us th
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